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"Women's Role In Radio" 



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MISS RUTH CHILTON 
President, Association of Women Directors 

Presented by Mrs. Rhea McCarty OCT 1 419M 

Treasurer, Association of Women Directors 



The Radio Council Plan— 

A Symposium 

Introduction by Mrs. Dorothy Lewis 

NAB Dirtctor of Listener Activities 

"Program Promotion" W. O. Wiseman 

Promotion Manager, WOW 

"Radio Education and the Radio Council" Kolin Hager 

Manager, WGY 

"Free Time Requests" Wiluam B. Quahton 

Manager, WMT 

"Youth Interests" F. C. Sowell 

I ' Manager, WLAC 

"Prestige for Radio" E. L. Hayek 

Manager, KATE 
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"Radio— Our Newest Freedom'' 

HON. BOURKE B. HICKENLOOPER 

Governor of Iowa 



Before the 

NAB WAR CONFERENCE ' '" ^ ^ 
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Chicago, IlL August 28-31, 1944 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS 
1760 N Street, N. W. Washington 6, D. C. 



Opening Address **,Si* 

0CT141W 



of 



President J. H. Ryan 

and 

Luncheon Addresses 



'Air Forces Look to the Future" 

Hon. Robert A. Lovett 

'Broadcasting Views the Future" 

Hon. James Lawrence Fly 

"The Challenge to Postwar Broadcasting" 

V\\XL G. Hoffman and C. Scott Fletcher 



Before the 

NAB War Conference : 

PALMER HOUSE 

Chicago. Illinois . August 28-31, 1944 






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'iVfiO N Street, N.W. - Washington 6, D. C. . 



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The Sight 

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Robert D. Swezey 



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Children 
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some advice to parents 
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EDITORIALIZING 

ON THE AIR 



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BROADCASTING THE NEWS 



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POLITICAL 
BROADCAST 
CATECHISM 



(Fourth Edition-Revised) 



National Association of Broadcasters 
1771 N Street, N. W. 
Washington 6, D. C. 



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The Broadcaster' s COPYRIGHT PRIMER 

(Third Edition) 

Reissued - July, i960 

Prepared for the Members of the 

national Association of Broadcasters 

by its 
Legal Department 

Douglas A. Anello, Chief Attorney 
Robert V. Cahill, Attorney 
David L. Doughty, Attorney 



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THE TELEVISION CODE 




SIXTH EDITION • JULY, 1960 

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 
OF BROADCASTERS 

1771 N STREET, NORTHWEST 
>VASHINGTON 6, D. C. 






FEB 2 3 1961 



Radio 

and 

Television 




BIBLIOGRAPHY 



A guide to 

basic references on radio 

and television broadcasting 



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Please iHress iniairies to: 

Public Relations Service 

National Association of Broadcasters 

1771 N. street N.W. 
Washington 6, D.C. 



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June 1955 



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Audio Transmitter 
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June 1955 



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NATIONAL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION 
PUBLICATION No. SOS-C 



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16-mm Motion Picture Projector 
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March 1955 



Engineering Department 
RADIO-ELECTRONICS-TELEYISION MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION 



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RADIO- EIECTRONICS-TEIEYISION WANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION 








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T''._ ON MONDAYS AT 8.40 P.M., E.S.T. 1^7^ 

^■^A "THE AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING COMMISSION PRESENTS ON THE NATIONAL 
■'^' PROGRAMME ANOTHER SERIES OF TALKS FOR DISCUSSION BY LISTENING GROUPS. 



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AFTER 
THE WAR 

then what? 



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APRIL 17 TO AUGUST 28, 1944. -■'■"■^'' '^ 




^hat would I get out of a Listening Grou^? " 



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1. The chance fo say what I think and to hear what other people have to say. 

^'r 2. Meet once a week people who have similar interests and talk about worth- 
while things. 
3. The opportunity to clarify my ideas about important community problems. 

,^- 4. Improve my capacity to take an active part in making democracy work in 
W my town, in my State, in Australia. 



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OCT. 2 TO DEC. 4. 1944 

M N D k T S 8.40 P. «. I. S- T. 

M ,« A Y S 8.10 P. «. S. ». T. 

DAYS 8.40 P. «. W. A. T. 




Why Form a LiKtetiing Group? 

1; to discus^ important social problems. 

2. To test thd validity of one's ideas against those of others. 

3. To l^rn to act as a citizen. 

^ir"Snd-8o to make the community a better place to Uve in. 

AOSTHAllAH BR8A0CASTIIIfi C II «« 1 S S 1 II